Juries Act, 1927

Exhaustion of jurors books.

22.—(1) A jurors book shall become exhausted when every person named therein whose name has not been removed therefrom under this Act has been summoned once since the book came into force to attend a court as a juror.

(2) Whenever in the preparation of a panel it is found that the number of persons named in the jurors book and qualified and liable to be included in such panel who have not been summoned to attend a court since the book came into force is not sufficient to complete the panel, all such persons shall be included in the panel and the said jurors book shall then be deemed to have become exhausted and a new jurors book shall be deemed to have come into force and the said panel shall be completed from such new jurors book.